Things To Do In Latin America? It’s easy to get overwhelmed in a place, where 3 different languages (Spanish, French, and Portuguese) speaking people lives when it comes to select things to do, what to try and what not. Yes, you get it right! We are talking about Latin America that contains 20 sovereign states. Now, to make your choice easier, we’ve enlisted the most featured things to do you must not miss while visiting Latin America.
1. Indulge In Food And Wine
Argentina owns such a flavor in their food that they can make your mouth watered only from the thought of the food you tasted there when you are a vacation in Argentina. Starting from the very common food (Parilla) that’s available in every nook and corner to the giant cuts of bife de chorizo (New York cut), you’ll lose count if we begin telling the most cherished food items of Argentina. To complement your dine-in, Argentina has handmade chocolate ready to be served as dessert.
2. Sundays In Palermo, Buenos Aires
Crossing the cobblestone streets, when you’ll reach Palermo, you’ll find their designer stores astonishingly enchanting. While these stores make Palermo wear a trendy look, their grid-like streets aid it to look outlandish. With hundreds of restaurants, bars and bakeries around, it may happen that you never feel like coming back your home. In case, you want to pass some time at nightclubs, wait till midnight.
3. Hiking In El Chalten
Settled in a valley in the Patagonian region of Argentina, El Chalten looks unreal under the clear sky, best places to travel. It leads the way to the snow-capped Cerro Torres and Fitz Roy Mountain. Perfect hiking place for adept hikers. But as a newbie, if you manage to climb through the slippery, snow-covered trail for 1 hour, you can get the opportunity to adore a panoramic view of Laguna de Los Tres, Lago Viedma, Laguna Sucia and Fitz Roy Mountain.
4. Perito Moreno Glacier
Sights like crashing and falling down of huge lumps of ice into the water aren’t something we see every day. But if you choose the timing correctly to visit the Perito Moreno Glacier, a part of the Parque National Los Glaciares, you can be that lucky one to watch such a phenomenon. Watch this grandeur from elevated walkways and platforms, with the preparation to grant that unnatural sound during cracking of this icy bridge.
5. Road Tripping
Going for a long drive on a usual car would be a thing of past when you’ll ride the graffiti-covered vans introduced by Campervan company in South America. These vans offer a lot more than you can think of for road tripping. Apart from a convertible dining area that can be transformed into a double bed, they contain a small kitchen. To give a homely touch to the kitchen area, a sink and a gas camping stove are also arranged here.
While traveling through the highest altitude of 5800 meters, the van allows a top speed of 30km/h. Chances are, you may feel heavy in head and body. Such tiring feeling actually arose due to the lack of oxygen. It’s challenging to cross these areas on vans, but not much, when compared to other riders who may try on bicycles.